Mouthwash: benefits and Uses

Is it really as good as they say?

The mouthwash is an oral care that many people appreciate, whether for the feeling of cleanliness or freshness it brings. But is it really effective? And too much to clean your mouth does not present risks?

To answer these questions, here is a list of the benefits of mouthwash, as well as specific explanations of when and how to use it properly! One of the best recommended mouthwashes is detox mouthwash manufactured by Haring B. It contains all necessary ingredients to remove bacteria which create odor in the mouth.

 

The benefits of mouthwash

The mouthwash has many benefits in the sense that it usually contains active agents that cannot be found, or in very small quantities, in toothpastes. It eliminates and neutralizes bacteria on the tongue and in the oral cavity. And when you suffer from recurring problems (such as irritation, inflammation of the gums or bad breath), using a mouthwash is both useful but also effective. This is why the products opt for either general formulas or well-targeted formulas. Among all the possible actions of mouthwashes, we find in particular the following.

  • Antiseptic power

The antiseptic mouthwash is used to treat infections and inflammation of the oral mucosa. It is particularly recommended after dental surgery, to prevent the development of bad bacteria and to relieve swelling or soothe pain.

  • The protective formula

The protective mouthwash, as the name suggests, is useful for strengthening tooth enamel. These are then more resistant to acid attacks, and this mouthwash is useful when daily brushing is not sufficient to prevent the development of caries.

  • Purifying action

The purifying mouthwash tackles halitosis, that is, the problem of bad breath. It contains agents designed to eliminate the bacteria responsible for the appearance of the odor and prevent their reappearance for a period of time, usually 12 hours, to hold all day for 2 uses per day.

  • Gum protection

The special gum mouthwash acts directly on bleeding, but thanks to its specifically selected active ingredients, it is also able within 10 to 15 days to tone the gums and reduce plaque, which is often the cause of gingival problems .

  • The healing of canker sores

The mouthwash is one of the last formulas developed, and is therefore useful for treating this particular problem. It contains a healing activator and then forms a protective film to both relieve pain and accelerate healing.

 

Mouthwash: when and how to use it?

In any case, using a mouthwash is not done anytime and anyhow! The main point to know is that it does not replace brushing teeth, but it comes in addition, to complete its action. The mouthwash can be taken in therapeutic use, to complete a dental treatment, preventive treatment, to avoid the appearance of cavities or to provide a deep cleaning, or as a comfort, to find a fresh breath. The important thing is to never use it continuously, but rather punctually.

As for its use, it is rather simple. The mouthwash usually comes after brushing your teeth, and you just need to circulate it in your mouth and make a few gargles to enjoy its action. The necessary dose of liquid obviously depends on each product, but it is often around 15 to 20 ml. The time of action is also different according to the brands and formulas: the alcoholic mouthwashes only take a few seconds while the homemade mouthwashes sometimes require up to 3 or 4 minutes to act properly!

 

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